|Seattle is a wonderful port city, located in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. Because of its mass appeal, many travelers opt to stay a couple of nights in Seattle before or after their cruise, making a truly wonderful vacation package. The majority of the cruises from Seattle are Alaska cruises (that usually sail round trip from Seattle, through the beautiful Inside Passage). There are a few other itineraries available as well (such as Australia and the exotic islands of the South Pacific).
Among the cruise lines offering cruises from Seattle are Celebrity Cruises, Holland America Line, Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL), Princess Cruises and Royal Caribbean. Because of its generally chilly or cold weather during the fall and winter, the season for cruises leaving from Seattle is from May through September. The most often featured Alaska cruises from Seattle are 7-nights in length. However, a selection of longer (usually 14-nights in length) Alaska cruises are available as well.
Princess Cruises mainly offers 7-night Alaska cruises sailing round trip from Seattle, aboard the beautiful Star Golden and Grand Princess. NCL's cruises from Seattle are also 7-night Alaska cruises, aboard one of their two ships in the region (Norwegian Pearl and Norwegian Jewel), Royal Caribbean's Rhapsody of the Seas cruises round trip from Seattle to Alaska and British Columbia, visiting ports of call such as Juneau, Skagway, Tracy Arm Fjord and Victoria.
Celebrity Cruises features premium Alaska cruises from Seattle aboard Celebrity Solstice, mostly sailing round trip from Seattle for 7-nights, but also offering a couple of Pacific Coastal sailings. Holland America Line, who also offers premium cruises leaving from Seattle aboard two of their ships (ms Westerdam and ms Amsterdam), mainly has 7- and 14-night Alaska cruises from Seattle, but also features a limited selection of longer itineraries that go to the South Pacific and Australia, as well as a couple of shorter Pacific Coastal cruises.
Carnival Cruise Lines features their Carnival Miracle, doing 7-night Alaska cruises from Seattle (sailing round trip). Oceania also makes a couple of sailings from Seattle throughout the year on Oceania Regatta.
An Alaska cruise tour is a fantastic option available for those looking to combine an Alaska cruise from Seattle with a land package that explores Alaska even more inland. Alaska cruise tours are currently available through Princess Cruises, Holland America Line, Celebrity Cruises and Royal Caribbean. View our Cruise Tour section for more information!
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